Vegetable Soba Noodle

40 Minutes

super easy


If you’re looking for a light and refreshing meal, you can’t go wrong with vegetable soba noodles. These noodles are made with buckwheat flour and are a popular dish in Japanese cuisine. Whether you’re a fan of cold soba noodles dipped in sauce or hot soba noodles in soup, there are plenty of ways to enjoy them. You’ll love the nutty flavor of the noodles combined with the crunch of fresh veggies like carrots and bell peppers. Plus, they’re quick and easy to make, so you can enjoy a satisfying meal in no time. Whether you’re a vegetarian or just trying to incorporate more plant-based meals into your diet, vegetable soba noodles are a delicious option that won’t leave you feeling weighed down. So, grab a pair of chopsticks and dig in!

Not only are they delicious, but they are also jam-packed with benefits. Packed with fiber and plant-based protein, vegetable soba noodles can help with digestion and energy levels. In addition, Soba noodles are also great source of B vitamins and fiber, helping you feel full and satisfied longer. Additionally, they are a great alternative for those who need to watch their gluten intake. Plus, the mix of veggies adds an extra boost of vitamins and minerals that everyone can benefit from. So next time you’re looking for a healthy and delicious meal, give vegetable soba noodles a try!

Why You’ll Love It 

Vegetable Soba Noodles are made with buckwheat, they’re naturally gluten-free and provide a good source of protein and fiber. Plus, the veggies give you a boost of vitamins and minerals.

Plus, since they’re a bit lighter than traditional wheat-based noodles, you won’t feel weighed down after indulging in a big bowl.

Packed with nutritious veggies and hearty soba noodles, this dish provides a tasty and nutritious alternative to traditional pasta dishes. Not only are these noodles delicious, they also come with a host of benefits such as boosting your immune system and aiding in digestion.

Recipe Cost Breakdown

      2 sachets of soba noodles: $6.56

      1 head broccoli, roasted: $2.99

      4 large carrots, thinly sliced: $2.04

      ½ cup purple cabbage, thinly sliced: $0.11

      2 red peppers, thinly sliced: $6

      1 bag frozen shelled edamame: $2.76

      3 chives, finely chopped: $2.73

      2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil: $0.48

      2 tsp garlic powder: $0.50

      Handful chopped cashews, for topping: $1.83

      14 oz extra firm tofu: $2.99

      1 tbsp cornstarch: $0.18

      For the dressing

      3 tbsp sesame oil: $1.21

      3 tbsp rice wine vinegar: $0.33

      3 tbsp tamari: $0.72

      3 tbsp coconut sugar: $0.55

      1 tbsp tahini: $0.37

      Total Cost: $32.35

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2 sachets of soba noodles
1 head broccoli, roasted
4 large carrots, thinly sliced
½ cup purple cabbage, thinly sliced
2 red peppers, thinly sliced
1 bag frozen shelled edamame
3 chives, finely chopped
2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
2 tsp garlic powder
Handful chopped cashews, for topping
Salt and pepper, to taste
14 oz extra firm tofu
1 tbsp cornstarch
For the dressing
3 tbsp sesame oil
3 tbsp rice wine vinegar
3 tbsp tamari
3 tbsp coconut sugar
1 tbsp tahini

Nutritional Information

403 Calories
20 g Total Fat
8 g Fiber
42 g Net Carbs
15 g Sugar
1024 mg Sodium



Preheat oven to 400 degrees and line a baking tray with parchment paper. Next, wash chop and season broccoli with olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic powder. Cook for 20-25 minutes.
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Then, wash and chop all remaining vegetables and set aside. Cook soba noodles according to package instructions and mix all dressing ingredients in a small food processor.
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Finally, combine noodles, vegetables and dressing. Mix and top with more chopped green onions, cashews and enjoy!
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Option to top with portion of protein.
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